Casinos in Nottingham
Nottingham, city of Robin Hood, certainly hits the bull’s-eye when it comes to entertainment and relaxation. There are three pubs claiming to be the oldest in England, but if you’re looking for something more modern, arrow towards the city centre where the bars and clubs are the stuff of legend. You can get everything you need from a night out in a casino and Nottingham has three great ones to offer. Before you make your decision, squeeze in a practice session at our online casino at Casino.com UK where you can play for free (no deposit required!) or for real money.
Nottingham Alea Casino
All of your favourite casino games and much more can be found under one roof at the Alea casino in Upper Parliament Street which has a membership scheme offering reward points.
As well as the usual casino tables, there are slots with £20,000 progressive jackpots and the brand-new Gaminators. You can find salsa dancing, cocktail masterclasses and karaoke in the Hidden Bar, and the stylish restaurant and Spanish-themed Bar Esquina are great places to eat and drink. Poker fans are well served here with tournaments every day and if you’re new to cards or casino games in general, try out one of the learn-to-play classes in the Party Pit which will bring you up to speed.
Nottingham Genting Casino
The Cornerhouse in Burton Street is not the most obvious place to find a casino, but once inside you’ll forget you’re in the middle of an entertainment and shopping complex. Get your evening off to a flyer at the American roulette, blackjack and three-card poker tables or if you prefer the modern way jump on board the slots or electronic roulette and baccarat terminals.
Grab a beer, wine or cocktail at the late bar where you can watch the latest live sporting action on huge screens - and don’t forget to use your rewards card when making purchases!
Nottingham Grosvenor Casino
In keeping with the Robin Hood theme, the Grosvenor Casino is located on Maid Marian Way and is open 24 hours a day. There are more than enough tables for everyone to play American roulette, blackjack or three-card poker, but baccarat and Texas Hold’Em are also popular.
If you like your gaming experience on the modern side, there are lots of electronic terminals and slot machines which give you the chance to win a £20,000 jackpot. With a restaurant and late bar showing all the sport you’d ever need this is the place to visit on a night out in Nottingham city centre.
Dusk Till Dawn
South west of the city centre on Redfield Way is Dusk Till Dawn, the place for poker in Nottingham. The venue can hold 450 players in the largest poker room in Europe and, as you would expect, hosts national and global tournaments. This is a casino, too, and offers blackjack, roulette and high-tech slot machines, but don’t visit on a Monday or Tuesday because the building is closed.